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The Great Bible 1539



16:1I commende vnto you Phebe, oure syster (which is a minyster of the congregacion of Cenchrea)
16:2that ye receaue her in Christ, as it becommeth sainctes, and that ye assyst her in what soeuer busynes she neadeth of youre ayde. For she hath suckered many, and myne awne selfe also.
16:3Grete Prisca and Aquila my helpers in Christ Iesu,
16:4whych haue for my lyfe layde downe their awne neckes. Unto whom not I onely geue thankes, but also all the congregacions of the Gentyls.
16:5Lyke wyse, grete the congregacion that is in their house. Salute my welbeloued Ephenetes, which is the fyrst frute of Achaia in Christ.
16:6Grete Mary which bestowed moch labour on vs.
16:7Salute Andronicus and Iunia my cosyns, and presoners with me also: which are well taken amonge the Apostles, & were in Christ before me.
16:8Grete Amplias my beloued in the Lorde.
16:9Salute Urban oure helper in Christ, & Stachys my beloued.
16:10Salute Appelles approued in Christ. Salute them, which are of Aristobolus housholde.
16:11Salute Herodion my kynsman. Grete them that be of the housholde of Narcissus, whych are in the Lorde.
16:12Salute Triphena and Triphosa, whych labour in the Lorde. Salute the beloued Persis, which laboured moch in the Lorde.
16:13Salute Rufus chosen in the Lorde, and his mother and myne.
16:14Grete Asyncritus, Phlegon, Herman, Patrobas, Mercurius, and the brethren which are wyth them.
16:15Salute Philologus and Iulia, Nereus and his syster, and Olympha, & all the saynctes which are with them.
16:16Salute one another wyth an holy kysse. The congregacions of Christ salute you.
16:17I beseche you brethren, marke them which cause diuisyon & geue occasions of euyll, contrary to the doctrine, which ye haue learned: & auoyde them.
16:18For they that are suche, serue not the Lorde Iesus Christ, but their awne bellyes, & with swete and flatterynge wordes, deceaue the hertes of the innocentes.
16:19For your obedience is gone abroade vnto all men. I am glad therfore no dout, of you. But yet I wolde haue you wyse vnto that which is good, & to be innocente as concernynge euyll.
16:20The God of peace shall treade Satan vnder youre fete shortly. The grace of oure Lorde Iesu Christ be with you.
16:21Tymotheus my worke felowe, & Lucius, and Iason, & Sosipater my kynsmen, salute you,
16:22I Tertius salute you, which wrote thys epistle in the Lorde.
16:23Gayus myne hoste & the hoste of all the congregacion, saluteth you. Erastus the treasorer of the cytie, saluteth you. And Quartus a brother saluteth you.
16:24The grace of our Lord Iesu Chryst be with you all. Amen.
16:25To him that is of power to stablisshe you, according to my Gospell, & preaching of Iesus Christ in vtterynge of the mistery whych was kept secret sence the worlde beganne,
16:26but now is opened by the scriptures of the prophetes at the commaundement of the euerlastynge God, to stere vp obedience to the fayth, publysshed amonge all nacions:
16:27To the same God, which alone is wyse, be prayse thorow Iesus Chryst for euer. Amen.
The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible of 1539 was the first authorized edition of the Bible in English, authorized by King Henry VIII of England to be read aloud in the church services of the Church of England. The Great Bible was prepared by Myles Coverdale, working under commission of Thomas, Lord Cromwell, Secretary to Henry VIII and Vicar General. In 1538, Cromwell directed the clergy to provide "one book of the bible of the largest volume in English, and the same set up in some convenient place within the said church that ye have care of, whereas your parishioners may most commodiously resort to the same and read it."